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for the president of the united states. he's coming to friendly territory to try to sell a health care law that is sputtering and getting a lot of people protesting on the day his health and human services secretary was getting a real grilling. she took responsibility for that. the president will take responsibility for a law that he says is going to do a lot more good than bad in a place where a former governor by the name of mitt romney came up with health care for his constituents. the president is going to make a point of mentioning that, too, had a bumpy beginning. mitt romney by the way, has taken to facebook to say not at all the case. big apples, big oranges and this is a lemon, mr. president. now to the president selling what many people say is indeed a lemon, his law. >> it's good to be back in boston. it's good to be back in boston because one of america's best governors introduced me, deval patrick. give him a big round of applause. good to see congressman bill keating here. give bill a big round of applause. i want to praise somebody who was not here. i just left him. but he w
>>> one month in now and the president's health care law is still down and out. welcome, everyone. i'm neil cavuto. early enrollment numbers are looking more than just dismal. they're getting frantic about it. word just today that some top hospitals are opting out. even if they fix this website, you cannot fix all of these other problems that go way beyond the website. doctor, this sounds to me the most alarming development of all. explain. >> absolutely, neil. thanks so much for having me. so, you know, the president's called in some google executives but the glitches are really a side show and the problems with obama care, the problems with the exchanges, they really can't be fixed by google and this raises several points. weren't they supposed to have the tech experts making the website to begin with and if they couldn't do it in 3 1/2 years, how are they supposed to do it in one month as the president has promised? >> what does that mean? you seem to be saying the tech site -- delays notwithstanding, the hospitals that don't want to be part of it or even the cleveland clinic w
the healthcare law will jack up individual insurance policies 4% in some states as high as 160%. one more treat. young people can stay on their parents' plans until they turn 26. now the trick. what the heck are that i go doing in their parent's homes past 26? the anemic economy and the recovery. the unemployment for rate for them, for 16 to 24-year-olds, twice the national average. >> this does not apply to my daughter, who is a little angel. all right. so obviously a lot more tricks than treats today. we got george walk, ian hodge. both of them have seen their insurance cancelled. george? >> i came home and opened up the mail box and there was a thick letter from blue cr shield, back in late september, and i said that under aca, my existing plan no longer met the regulations, and that it would be no longer available, some that -- and that they had a comparable plan available for $1,208 a month. my original plan was 228. when i first looked at it, i thought, 1208, maybe that's annual. no. that was a month. >> holy toledo. you're referring to the acc. ian? >> well, we got a letter on september
law while campaigning for terry mcauliffe in virginia. we'll ask the republican in that race ken kucuccinelli what he makes of all of this. first to that number and the guy who came up with it. he's a research scholar at duke university. he's also with the american enterprise institute. what seems to be raising eyebrows with this study, your study, chris, is that it dwarfs anything we've been told about people who might be self-employed and seeking insurance. this cuts to the core of those covered right now by their companies, that that could be short lived. explain. >> well, keep in mind 18 million to 50 million will actually literally lose their plans. that is they will not have their plan and have to start from scratch on the exchange. but 129 million represents the people who have even if they enjoyed their coverage in the past will have different coverage with the bells and whistles that will cost them more money in premipremiums. >> if you were covered at a premiere company, you were among those thought not to be affected by this. you say not so. why? >> well, because about
cancellation notices. >> here is why americans don't trust the healthcare law. they do not trust the guy who created this health care law. the guy who said we could keep our doctor but now acknowledges maybe not. the guy who said most americans would be better off but maybe won't. the guy who said he was outraged by these technical fumbles but did little to prevent them and to correct them. that guy is you, mr. president whose outrage knows no bound for screwups that seem to no know end, the guy who says he is seattleing from mistakes that keep mushrooming, who vowed to fix a law don't sound much different from other vows. your vows, mr. president, you, mr. president, the guy who said he was similarly outraged by anker is irthat targeted conservatives and promised he would get throw bottom of it but hasn't. promise the same thing about an overreaching justice department going an reporters but didn't. prompt missed to be hands on but admites these last few years of spying on foreign lears he was out -- leaders he was out of the loop. failing to follow up on things you said you would failing t
gaga for her support of the healthcare law, but it's not exactly getting young people to go gaga over this thing, whether it's the clothed lady gaga or not. what's the problem with young people here? what are they discovering? >> well, what we found -- remember, the obama administration said, one of the few really pieces of good news in all of this, was that there were a number of states that run their own exchanges, not that big federal healthcare.gov, but their own exchanges and they were getting big signup numbers but some of the states with big signup numbers, a very large percent of them are people who are signing up for medicaid, which is about half of the people are anticipated to sign up for obamacare through medicaid, the low income federal health program. bus this is way more than that. in the state of washington state, 87% of the new enrollees in obamacare are meds okayed in kentucky, it's 82%. this is way, way more than they anticipated. the problem is the people on medicaid do not necessarily represent the younger and healthier enrollees that obamacare has to have if it's
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